Understanding Your Grief

When your husband died, grief took over: emotionally, physically and spiritually.  Your thoughts and feelings related to their death is what molds your mourning.  Understanding your grief is an important part to understanding how your grief is affecting you.  Though … Read More

Live Like a Child

Learning to live like a child is easy, just be curious like a child and keep at it until you have it figured out. Learn to get excited like a child. Oh, the magic of a child’s excitement.  You can … Read More

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

A high percentage of widows experience trauma that leads to post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).  While many widows turn to medications to help with their grief and sleep disturbances, I advise that you also look into natural de-stressors. For us … Read More

How to Feel at Peace

Although everyone goes through stress in life, finding peace while grieving is definitely personal to each widow.  How to “feel at peace” isn’t easy, but it is a necessary part of our journey so that our hearts can heal. Some … Read More

Life is Hard and Not Always Fair

I don’t need to tell you that life doesn’t always work the way we’d like it to.  The fact is life is hard and not always fair.  I learned that the hard way when Donnie died suddenly at the age … Read More

A Widow’s Life

It’s hard to talk about positive change to widows.  I understand, life sure turned out differently than I thought it would when I got married.  But believe it or not – change is part of a widow’s life and we … Read More

BE in the Moment

Wherever you are in your journey, BE in the Moment.  If a widow cannot learn to be happy again, then she will never fully appreciate any blessings that come her way.  We widows often give up because we feel that … Read More

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